medical lab
November 30, 2022

Southeast Community College’s Medical Laboratory Technology students placed 2nd in the National Super Cell Bowl, and 1st in the Midwest region. The event tests the scientific knowledge of students with team competitions that enhance their knowledge of blood cells as they try to identify 30 different...

milford student
November 22, 2022

Manufacturing Engineering Technology student Noah Russell was recently honored for winning a bronze medal in Technical Drafting at SkillsUSA last summer. Russell was presented with an award Monday, Nov. 21, at the Commissioner’s Recognition for Student Excellence in Career & Technical Education at...

scc students
November 22, 2022

Southeast Community College’s Culinary/Hospitality program cooked up 50 holiday meals for students who may otherwise not have a Thanksgiving dinner. Currently the College has food pantries at all three campuses for students to access grab and go food as well as other basic hygiene items.

haas foundation
November 21, 2022

Southeast Community College’s Precision Machining and Automation Technology program recently received a $15,000 donation from the Gene Haas Foundation. The money will be used for scholarships and for students to enter and travel to skills competitions such as SkillsUSA.

transgender speaker
November 17, 2022

When Aurora native Ryan Sallans began his transitional journey from female to male in 2005, he saw a great need for broader education and access to care. He now spends his time educating others around the world and talking about his own personal journey.

associate dean contributes
November 15, 2022

As Southeast Community College’s resident expert in Buddhist Studies, Dr. Courtney Bruntz recently wrote a chapter in the newly-published Buddhism Under Capitalism, an academic book published on Nov. 3, 2022.

international education week
November 9, 2022

A number of activities will take place at the Beatrice, Lincoln and Milford campuses of Southeast Community College for International Education Week, Nov. 14-18. The week celebrates the benefits of cultural and academic exchange programs around the world.